Three Companies To Invest $35M, Add 400+ Jobs In MichiganThe Michigan Economic Development Corp. Wednesday announced that three companies were approved for incentives by the Michigan Strategic Fund through the Michigan Business Development Program to support their expansions in the state. The projects are expected to generate up to more than $35 million in investments and add up to 443 new jobs in Michigan.
German Company To Invest $5M In Orchid Growing OperationGov. Rick Snyder Friday announced that Hark Orchids L.P., an orchid grower headquartered in Lippstadt, Germany, will invest $5 million to establish its first location outside of Germany in Kalamazoo.
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LEAP Invited To Accompany Governor On European MissionThe Lansing Economic Area Partnership's senior vice president of business development, Ray De Winkle, will embark on a trip to Europe as part of Gov. Rick Snyder’s European Mission.
Charlie Langton: Snyder Says Bing Has To Stop Attacking and Start Solving ProblemsSnyder answered that they should want this deal, that it's good for the city and that they have to act.
Appeals Court Voids Oakland County Redistricting LawThe Michigan Court of Appeals has upheld part of a lower court's ruling involving redistricting in Oakland County.
Companies Sue Over Mich. Fireworks InsuranceSeveral fireworks companies are suing over what they call Michigan's excessive insurance requirements under a new state law.
State Rep. Wants Ficano Removed From OfficeState Representative John Olumba sent a letter to the 15 members of the Wayne County Commission urging them to pass a resolution asking Gov. Rick Snyder to begin removal hearings.
Snyder Sends Letter To H.P. ParentsWhile Highland Park School officials were making their case against the state sending in an emergency financial manager, Governor Rick Snyder sent parents a letter telling them why Lansing should be involved.
Senator: Emergency Manager Would Not Work For DetroitOne state lawmaker says an emergency manager would not work for the City of Detroit.
Gov. Snyder OKs Firework Sales ExpansionLouder, more powerful fireworks will become legal in Michigan in plenty of time for the next Fourth of July through legislation signed Tuesday by Gov. Rick Snyder.
DTE Energy Signs Michigan Supplier Deals Totaling More Than $115 MillionDTE Energy awarded contracts totaling more than $115 million in new business to Michigan companies, as part of its Pure Michigan Business Connect Initiative commitment.
Congressmen Campaign In New Districts For First TimeA couple of incumbent Democrat Congressmen are campaigning in a re-drawn district for the first time.
Snyder Assembles Team To Examine Flint's FinancesThe State of Michigan is preparing to audit the questionable finances of the city of Flint.
Mich. Legislature Fall Agenda Goes Beyond EconomyProposals aimed at improving the state's business climate won't be the only order of business this fall in the Michigan Legislature.